Torquay United boss Lubos Kubik has continued to revamp his struggling squad by signing the veteran Southampton goalkeeper Kevin Miller on a month's loan.
The 37-year-old played for Exeter City, Birmingham City, Watford, Crystal Palace, Barnsley and Bristol Rovers before initially announcing his retirement in August 2005.
However six months later, Saints boss George Burley signed Miller as cover for first-choice shot-stopper Paul Smith and he made seven first-team appearances last term, before being a regular on the substitute's bench this season.
Kubik has used Martin Horsell in goal for the last six matches since Nathan Abbey left Plainmoor.
However, he has decided to add an experienced shot-stopper to his squad after Saturday's 5-2 loss at Notts County.